Sam Mendes at the SPECTRE press release
Skyfall' and 'SPECTRE' director Sam Mendes stopped by the commentary booth for BBC Radio's 'Test Match Special' program to talk about his work on the latest James Bond film.
Excerpts of the interview:
"I said 'No' to the last one and then ended up doing it and was pilloried by all my friends, including [former England cricket captain] Michael Atherton who took great pleasure in reminding me that I said no to the last one and ended up doing it. But I do think this is probably it. I think five years for the two movies... It feels now almost, even though we've only just finished shooting it, like one big experience. It was a fantastic life-changing thing, but I don't think I could go down that road again. It's more a lifestyle choice than a job. You do have to put everything else on hold."
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